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5 Ways to Fake Sandal-Ready Feet

The weather is heating up, so open-toed shoes are coming out. One day, probably very soon, many of us will be faced with a dilemma: wear cute sandals and risk exposing busted-looking toes, or hide our feet in oppressively hot sneakers. No need to fret. There are plenty of ways to fake pretty, pedicured feet when you don't have time for a pedicure. To find out five sneaky ways to get great-looking feet in a flash, just keep reading.

  • Luminizer is your friend. The illuminating magic you use on your face can make rough, gnarly toes look soft and glowy. Just dab a little on rough spots and on top of exposed toes.
  • Also a quick fix? Oil. Argan, neem, avocado, or even the regular olive oil from your kitchen will do. Rubbing your feet down with it will fill in cracks and diffuse the look of callouses better than lotion does. It makes polish-free nails look great, too.
  • If you can soak your feet in warm water and get them softened up before you apply the oil, your results will be even better.
  • Bright toenail polish can hide a multitude of sins, and it makes you look a lot "fancier" than a neutral shade does. People also only tend to notice the polish and will overlook any not-so-well-groomed bits.
  • Bronzer can also be a big help if you have toe issues. Dusting it along the tops of your feet will help minimize the look of splotchiness and darker patches of thick skin.
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amaebi519 amaebi519 5 years
Wouldn't a standout polish just draw more attention to rough feet? I'd rather go heavy on the cuticle oil and foot lotion and wear brighter colours near my face to keep attention up there.
AmberHoney AmberHoney 5 years
Always have a pedicure, no matter what time of year!
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